Saturday, 22 November 2008

A QUESTION OF LOGIC



WHO IS PROHIBITED FROM JOINING THE POLICE?

ANSWER Supporters of this man below who has campaigned for the rights of British people. A man who campaigns against terrorists and has been responsible for NO deaths. A patriot whose aim is to protect the British people.

Supporters of this man are prohibited from joining the police in case the police are considered "racist" and "communities" find his views offensive.

WHO COULD JOIN THE POLICE?



ANSWER Supporters of this man below responsible for thousands of deaths. People who support the 9/11 terror attacks and the London bombing. It is rumoured that several supporters of this man are known to be in the Metropolitan Police but they are unable to sack them for fear of allegations of "racism" or offending "communities"






WHICH ORGANISATION IS COMPLETELY "BONKERS" and is betraying the British people who THEY ARE SUPPOSED TO DEFEND?

THE BRITISH GOVERNMENT.

THE LUNATICS HAVE REALLY TAKEN OVER THE ASYLUM!

4 comments:

Anti-gag said...

Am I the first direct victim of the publication of the list?

Tonight I took my usual weekend stroll down into Lancaster, in order to visit my usual three public houses. one pint of bitter in each. Nothing wrong with that you may think, and of course you'd be right. After consuming my second pint I looked in to my normal last watering hole and (without having to ask) was served with my usual pint of bitter.

After about 20 mins of sitting quietly at the end of the bar, the landlady came up to me and made some comment about having a politician in tonight. I was suppressed as I've never spoken to her before except to order a drink. Next thing she says I'm barred, then makes a point of pointing me out to all the bar staff as such.

Now given I've been drinking in that pub (twice a week one pint each visit) for about five years now without any problems at all, is this just a coincidence or do I have the honour of being the first direct victim of the list?

Now I'm not saying being barred from a single pub, matches the Liverpool police officer who may lose his job, but small as this may be is it the first direct intimidation?


If so I really can hold my head up high!

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

PS.
Please do not think I'm in any way comparing losing your livelihood with being barred from an over priced and run down pub.

Lanky Patriot said...

Sorry to hear that Chris.

You must drink in a funny area.
Remember pubs are closing all the time and the grotty one you went in could soon join them.
We were in trouble in Leigh for NOT holding our meeting in a certain pub, but we can only be in one place at a time.
There are I'm sure in the home of Lancaster UAF plenty other watering holes only too pleased to take your money.

Anti-gag said...
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Anti-gag said...

Hi Charles,

Yes there certainly are more pubs in Lancaster than this particular (and quite expensive one), and they are where my money will be going from now on.

I don't intend to name the pub, in case it gets increased custom from Lancaster's liberals (or more accurately left wing fascists).

My first badge of honour!

From
Chris Hill
(Lancaster)

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